Hamas

Hamas spokesman Ismail Radwan delivered a hate-filled sermon calling for the “liberation of Palestine” through terrorism rather than through inter-Arab and international conferences.

Hamas spokesman Ismail Radwan delivered a hate-filled sermon calling for the “liberation of Palestine” through terrorism rather than through inter-Arab and international conferences. Delivered two days after the Riyadh Summit, the sermon, which included a call to slaughter the Jews, was broadcasted on Palestinian television, controlled by Abu Mazen
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Interrogations of Hamas terrorists detained in Qalqilya revealed that the organization’s infrastructure there has been planning mass attacks against Israel.

Interrogations of Hamas terrorists detained in Qalqilya revealed that the organization’s infrastructure there has been planning mass attacks against Israel. A suicide bombing attack using a car bomb was supposed to be carried out in the Tel Aviv region during the Passover holiday.
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Reaffirmation of the Arab peace initiative by the Riyadh summit meeting (First summary and appraisal)

On March 28-29 an Arab summit meeting was held in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia. It was overshadowed by the escalation of the regional struggle between the radical Iranian-Syrian axis and the pragmatic, pro-Western states (chiefly Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Jordan) and by the internal tensions in the various arenas of conflict (chiefly Iraq,
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Analysis of the Palestinian national unity government: its composition, platform and the implications of its establishment

In the late morning hours of March 17, 2007, the Palestinian Legislative Council held a vote of confidence for the new national unity government and ratified its establishment, with 83 representatives voting in favor and three against (two from the PFLP, which is not part of the government, and one independent). In the evening the
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Ayman al-Zawahiri lashed out at the Hamas movement once again, accusing it of abandoning jihad and “selling Palestine” for seats in the Palestinian unity government.

Ayman al-Zawahiri lashed out at the Hamas movement once again, accusing it of abandoning jihad and “selling Palestine” for seats in the Palestinian unity government. Hamas spokesmen defended their political activity, stressing the continuing adherence of the movement to its radical principles, namely “resistance” and “jihad”, and non-recognition of Israel.
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Attempts to abduct Israelis continue: at the ‘Eli junction, north of Ramallah, a Hamas squad’s attempt to abduct Israelis was prevented

On the evening of February 4, 2007, an attempt was made to abduct an Israeli civilian at the ‘Eli junction, north of Ramallah. The civilian, who was waiting at a bus stop, was suspicious of the three Palestinians who drove up and refused to enter their vehicle. The three then fled and the civilian alerted
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